November 15, 2018 | Law360
Gil Samberg, a New York-based Mintz litigator, authored this Law360 "Expert Analysis" column discussing new rules from the Hong Kong International Arbitration Center which provide noteworthy institutional means for joinder of parties and consolidation of proceedings so as to effectuate collective or opt-in class arbitration proceedings.
November 14, 2018 | Inside Health Policy
This piece looks at what could make the proposed Making Objective Drug Evidence Revisions for New Modern Labeling (MODERN) Act stronger - primarily liability protection for generics. Joanne Hawana is among the FDA industry sources quoted providing commentary in the piece.
This Q&A is conducted with Susan Berson. Susan is the Managing Member of Mintz's Washington, D.C. office and Division Head for the Health, Communications, Antitrust Sections, along with ML Strategies. The focus of the profile is on mentoring. Susan discusses her experiences as both a mentor and a mentee and how she and the firm are advising the next generation of leaders.
November 8, 2018 | Bloomberg
Mintz’s Ellyn Sternfield, a veteran government health care enforcement attorney, is among the industry sources providing commentary in this feature article discussing a "mega anti-fraud program" that could bring consistency to fraud and abuse audits for Medicare and Medicaid.
November 8, 2018 | Law360
This Law360 "Expert Analysis" piece discusses Lorenzo v. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission — a significant securities fraud case before the U.S. Supreme Court —which is likely the first of many opportunities the court will have to roll back expansive interpretations of securities law and deter plaintiffs from filing low-quality complaints. A team of Joshua Briones, Esteban Morales and Matthew Novian authored the column.